Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3: Bronze Bomber's brutal knockouts in super slow-mo

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With the famous trilogy fight between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury taking place this weekend, fans have taken the internet by storm comparing the two fighters.

From power to their professional boxing records, every statistic has been shared and debated by the fans in the build up to the third and final bout.

As both fighters are known to have an impressive record, it becomes hard for fans to pick sides in such a fight, but it seems the majority are edging in the Gypsy King's favour.

With most of the boxing community hoping this fight ends in a knockout, as is the case when it comes to every heavyweight scrap, power is one of the factors that most of the fans seem to talk about.

Fury demonstrated his power in the second bout with Wilder, where his battering led to the American's corner throwing in the towel in the seventh round, much to the dismay of the champion at the time.

Despite this, however, it is still believed that Wilder has enough power in his arsenal to defeat Fury and even has more power than in opponent, especially when it comes to that right hand of his.

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A recent video, which can be seen above, showing Wilder’s KOs in super slow motion is a testimony to how much power the Bronze Bomber truly has.

All the punches landed by Wilder ended up in his opponent not being able to continue.

The best KO in the whole compilation is arguably the combo he used on Bermane Stiverne. The momentum and power with which he landed the combo and the aftermath of it clearly showed how dangerous Wilder could be at a given moment.

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Wilder has successfully knocked out 40 opponents out of 41 in his professional career, with Fury being the only one he's failed against. Although he did have the chance in the first bout, where a crucial blow from him sent Fury to the canvas.

Many expected the fight to end there and then, but miraculously Fury emerged and rose from the dead to beat the count. Eventually, the fight would be called a draw, which set up the rematch which the Brit won comfortably.

With the fight to take place this weekend on Saturday night at T-Mobile Arena, many deem Fury to be the favourite. Yet, it is hard to underestimate Wilder's talent and capabilities, especially when it comes to that massive right hand of his.

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